Why Conservatives and Liberals Think Differently

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

It may be obvious that people who identify politically as liberals and conservatives think differently because they disagree on issues ranging from immigration to climate change policy. But what are the deeper psychological roots that drive their political beliefs? In the aftermath of the federal election, the Agenda explores the conservative mind vs. the liberal mind.
Episode:
Red Brain vs. Blue Brain; The Reality Bubble
Aired:
Nov 18, 2019
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